Clinical Trial News & Information
Immunization Awareness Month is here, and we couldn’t be more excited to spread the word! From the importance of vaccines to the contribution of clinical trials to the development of new ones, our latest blog has you covered on all things immunization! The Importance of Vaccination Stated simply, vaccines save lives. According to the World
Clinical studies come in all shapes and sizes! From different conditions to varying phases, each study presents its own unique set of variables. Find out more on our blog! The Purpose Clinical Studies Serve Clinical studies are research studies conducted with human volunteers to investigate the effectiveness and safety of medical treatments, procedures, and drugs.
Mental health is a fundamental aspect of our overall health; however, it’s often overlooked in public health initiatives. In our latest blog, we bring attention to the critical need to prioritize mental well-being. Keep reading to learn more. Mental Health in Public Health The month of May celebrates Mental Health Awareness Month, a critical
The U.S. Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, established in 1938, helped set the standard for research studies today, shaping how medications and treatments are evaluated and released. Since then, clinical trials have expanded to offer groundbreaking opportunities for medical advancements. However, there are still some misconceptions surrounding research studies. We’re here to run through the
March is a big month for women! Not only is it Women’s History Month, but it’s also Endometriosis Awareness Month. According to an article posted in the National Library of Medicine by Frontiers in Global Women’s Health, endometriosis affects 6.5 million women in the US and over 190 million worldwide. Although those numbers are staggering, there are a lot
Clinical trial diversity is important because, historically, minority populations have been underrepresented in clinical trial participation. There are several reasons why this has happened. These reasons include language barriers, lack of awareness and trust, and fear of cost and health insurance. Recent trial data has revealed an alarming trend. African Americans make up around 5%